Author: Mustafa Mirreh

@tapthefeed

Striving towards a career in writing/journalism with particular focus in music and culture. Also working as live editor for Bristol Live Magazine, writer for DIY Magazine and digital journalist for PerformanceIN. Photographer, music lover, football fanatic, runner and coffee drinker. Making it happen one step at a time.
Arctic Lake on UK tour, songwriting and new music

➤   10 June, 2018, 13:00

Photo: Diana Terlemezyan London trio Emma Foster, Andy Richmond and Paul Holliman are capturing people’s hearts under the name of Arctic Lake, forming their immersive ambient pop that’s both emotional and enthralling. Since releasing their debut EP...

Snail Mail Preview – The Louisiana

➤   20 May, 2018, 12:00

Baltimore-based singer-songwriter Lindsey Jordan, otherwise known as Snail Mail, has been the talk of the music scene over the past few months. At just the age of 19, the artist has won over many hearts in her hometown...

MØ Review – O2 Academy Bristol

➤   10 April, 2018, 21:00

‘Fearless’ would be the word to describe MØ this evening as she dominates the O2 Academy stage in Bristol on the last night of her UK tour. The rising pop star’s career thus us has been exhilarating;...

MØ Preview – O2 Academy Bristol

➤   5 April, 2018, 20:00

Danish pop star MØ needs no introduction. Since her 2013’s debut album No Mythologies To Follow, it’s been world domination for the rising singer. Collaborations with the likes of Justin Bieber, Avicii and Major Lazer, releasing hit...

Young Fathers Review + Photoset – Trinity Centre

➤   26 March, 2018, 22:57

Photos: Lee Ramsey “What a time to be alive”, says Alloysious Massaquoi as Young Fathers take to the stage at Trinity Centre. The last time we saw the Mercury Prize winners was at FarmFest 2016, where they stole the...

Goan Dogs on their ‘rebirth’ with new EP Roll the Dice

➤   24 March, 2018, 14:00

2017 was a very busy year for Bristol based indie champions Goan Dogs. Several live shows which saw performances at Glastonbury, FarmFest and Sound City; not to mentioned their show at Colston Hall, touring in Poland and...

Sigrid Photoset – Motion

➤   18 March, 2018, 13:25

Photos: Mustafa Mirreh 2018’s biggest pop star, Sigrid performed at Motion last night to a full house. Fun, energetic and featuring her smash hits ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ and ‘Strangers’; the rising singer stole the show with...

Table Scraps make defiant statement on LP ‘Autonomy’

➤   22 February, 2018, 18:40

Photo: Meg Lavender When it comes to belting grunge and kick-ass garage rock, look no further than Birmingham three-piece Table Scraps. The band, who have been making waves in the scene, are releasing their new album Autonomy...

Bridges Preview – The Crofter’s Rights

➤   15 February, 2018, 21:30

A homecoming that’s been long overdue; the return of indie four-piece BRIDGES as they headline The Crofter’s Rights for a sold out show this Saturday, with support from favourites Why We Love and Two Day Coma. The band have...

Elder Island Review + Photoset – Thekla

➤   29 January, 2018, 18:00

Photos: Lee Ramsey Experimental pop that holds a deeper connection; it’s been an exciting journey thus far for Bristol three-piece Elder Island and one we’ve had the pleasure of seeing many times live. From their spellbinding headline...

New Year New Noise 5 Review – The Brunswick Club

➤   19 January, 2018, 09:30

Photo: Lua Ribeira Loui New Year, New Noise! A familiar term we come across with each year as we kick off the first live show of 2018 from no other than Bristol label pros Howling Owl Records....

Abstract Typography Preview – The Louisiana

➤   10 December, 2017, 12:00

A short while ago we introduced to you emerging Bristol/Bath based project Abstract Typography. Led by singer-songwriter Stan Bull, the band bring both creativity and raw energy to the scene – with debut offering ‘Grasp the Nettle’...

China Bowls – The Way

➤   2 December, 2017, 11:00

There’s been many gems that have stood out over the last 12 months; singer-songwriter China Bowls certainty comes to mind following her musical success thus far. Since signing to Saffron Records, its been a exhilarating journey which...

Preview: The Louisiana celebrates 30th anniversary

➤   19 November, 2017, 14:00

This week marks the 30th anniversary of one of Bristol’s most beloved music venues, The Louisiana and to celebrate the venue will be hosting a series of special events for its big 3 0. Originally starting as an...

Fenne Lily Review – The Lantern

➤   10 October, 2017, 20:00

Photo: Carl Osborne 16 million streams on Spotify, tours across the UK and Europe and supported the likes of Charlie Cunningham, Lucy Rose and more. It’s fair to say Fenne Lily is Bristol’s most tipped artist right...